Churchill Fellowship Report now available

My 2015 Churchill Fellowship report To study the rehabilitative role of ex-prisoners/offenders as peer mentors in Reintegration models is now available on the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. Claire Seppings Churchill Fellow

The Report summarises the key findings of my seven-week Fellowship investigations in the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Sweden and United States of America and provides the evidence for any jurisdiction in Australia to involve reformed offenders in all aspects of criminal justice reform. By embracing the expert experience of those closest to the problem and valuing reformative success stories, we have the opportunity to improve the lives of many people, their families and community and realise real reform.

I welcome the opportunity to discuss my findings.

Best wishes

Claire

Churchill Fellowship 2015

Churchill Fellowship 2015

About Claire Seppings

Churchill Fellow 2015 Bachelor of Social Work (Monash University, 1984) Victorian Custody Reference Group ‘Dennis Mc Millin Access to Justice Award’ (2012) Minister for Human Services Award for Exemplary Service to Customers and Stakeholders (2008)
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